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Name: Newswatch 12 Staff
Date registered: April 24, 2012


The Newswatch 12 Staff login is run by our wonderful producers and web staff. Articles from this author are written by various members of our staff.

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  1. Suspect Accused of Harassing Police — February 27, 2015
  2. Leonard Nimoy Dead at 83 — February 27, 2015
  3. School Changes Policy After Viral Story — February 26, 2015
  4. Out & About: Ski Race and Girls Rock — February 26, 2015
  5. Missing Log Home Found — February 26, 2015

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Oregon Trails: Drive-Through Theatres

MEDFORD, Ore. — Since 1908, movies have flickered across the silver screen of theatres in Southern Oregon. The first known movie house in Medford was called the Bijou, and was next to what was later the Winans Furniture store on East Main Street. With movies running only a few minutes at a time on a … Continue reading »

Police: Evidence Supports Runaway Case

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ashland Police say they will continue to handle the Hannah Thomas-Garner case as a runaway. They say the discovery of blood in her car is still not conclusive enough to turn it into a criminal case. Police say they have strong evidence to support Hannah had planned to runaway as early as … Continue reading »

Two Vehicle Crash on 101

PORT ORFORD, Ore. — Emergency crews are responding to a two vehicle crash that occurred on US 101 in Port Orford that involves a semi truck. Commuters through the area can expect delays as the crews clean up the crash area. ODOT and OSP along with other emergency agencies are on the scene. Drivers are … Continue reading »

Outdoor Recreation Show Setting Up

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Friday kicks off the 15th Annual NewsWatch 12’s Sportsmen’s and Outdoor Recreation Show. The event features hundreds of exhibits. Organizers raced to set up before opening Friday at noon. Several vehicles and boat are already on display. New this year includes a kayak demonstration pool, a live event showcasing venomous animals … Continue reading »

HealthWatch: Avoiding “Text Neck”

(CNN) — Mobile devices can become a real pain in the neck and not just in the ways you think. Doctors say there is an epidemic and it’s getting worse. They call it “text neck”. “Text Neck is where people are hunched over looking at their electronic devices, hours at a time really putting an … Continue reading »

Out & About: OSF 2015 Season Begins

There are signs that spring is in the air. Not only because of the sunnier days…but the annual events rolling out. Oregon Shakespeare Festival This weekend the curtain rises on the 2015 season at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival! Once again the theatre company promises to bring big shows to its three stages. The very first … Continue reading »

Blood Found in Thomas-Garner Vehicle

ASHLAND, Ore. — For months the family of Hannah Thomas Garner have argued that the missing 17-year-old teen from Ashland did not run away, and something else happened the night she went missing. Tonight they may be one step closer to proving that is true. The family of the missing Ashland teen said they found … Continue reading »

Terror Summit Targets Violent Extremism

(CNN) — President Obama used blunt words in Washington at the end of his summit to fight violent extremism. “The notion that the West is at war with Islam is an ugly lie,” Obama said. The commander in chief is calling on Muslim leaders for help in the fight against groups like ISIS. He says … Continue reading »

Road Rage Manhunt Standoff Ends

LAS VEGAS (CNN) — A standoff between Las Vegas police and the suspect in last week’s deadly road rage incident is over. Police arrested Erich Milton Nowsch, Jr. Following a standoff on Thursday. Police say the 19-year-old will face murder and two other felony charges. The standoff played out Thursday just one street over from … Continue reading »

UO Campus Reacts to Student’s Death

EUGENE, Ore. – News that a University of Oregon freshman may have died from a bacterial infection is raising concerns on campus. Lauren Jones died at a local hospital on Tuesday, according to university health officials. Jones was a resident of Barnhart Hall, an off-campus dormitory. Health workers met with residents of Barnhart on Tuesday … Continue reading »

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